The staggering figures of Wout Van Aert in preparation for the Canaries

After the end of the cyclo-cross season, who saw him finish second in the world championships behind Mathieu van der Poel, Wout Van Aert moved to the Canaries to continue his internship with his Jumbo-Visma team. During this island stay, Van Aert has perfected his form for the coming season. The last news published this morning the results of the WVA internship. A report that will make all cycling enthusiasts dizzy and try their best to look good on the Strava application. Van Aert therefore completed 20 days of outings, for 82 hours spent on the bike. He covered 2,373km, for 41,000m of elevation gain. On February 25, he covered 200km with 5,483m of elevation gain, all covered in 7 hours, which was his busiest training day. He even broke 14 all-time records on the app during various climbs. “Wout’s level is good, but it could be better”, had nevertheless declared his trainer Marc Lamberts two weeks ago. Merijn Zeeman, the sporting director of the Jumbo-Visma team, clarified the form that was expected from Wout in the coming weeks. “He will be missing something to be on top at the Strade Bianche (March 6), it will already be something else in Milan San Remo (March 20) and it will be perfectly ready for the Flemish classics. “

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